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China-Tajikistan ties enter new stage
In the context of serious challenges being faced by Asian countries, Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Tajikistan and participation in the CICA summit will demonstrate China's responsibilities within Asia and the world.
Britain's Brexit dilemma no nearer to solution
Recent events in British politics have further muddied the waters swirling around the issue of leaving the European Union.
China's service trade playing larger role in global economy
Despite the ongoing trade war, China's trade in services and service industry is becoming increasingly important not just for the country, but for the global economy as well.
Chinese white paper exposes flaws in Trump's 'America First' policy
The Chinese government's white paper dealing with all the issues involved in the current China-U.S. trade friction is a heartfelt call for calm reasoning on behalf of not only the Chinese people but the rest of the world.
Litmus test of Modi's 'First Neighborhood' policy
As India's PM Modi begins his second term, he faces the first of many tests of his commitment to the "First Neighborhood" policy to improve relations with Nepal, Pakistan and other neighboring countries.
Revival of China-Nepal border port can boost bilateral trade
After years of reconstruction following an earthquake, the reopening of the Zhangmu-Kodari port spells revitalization of trade over the China-Nepal border and of relations between the two countries.
Traditional customs bring us together
Through the years, we have been discussing how to protect the intangible cultural heritage, including traditional festivals. Here are some reflections on how to keep the traditions alive.
Giving our children the best gift of all
On Children's Day, children received toys, sweets, books and parties. But what is truly the best gift we can give them?
How China cleans its air
China's ability to balance major industrialization with green and sustainable initiatives serves as an example for developing and developed countries in their fight against pollution.
Setting an example for poverty alleviation through tourism
In a far-flung corner of southwestern China, the Derung people, one of the smallest ethnic groups in China, are setting a shining example of finding riches through abundant tourism.
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